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STROKE AWARENESS

STROKE IS A PREVENTABLE CONDITION

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
ABOUT STROKE

Stroke is a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF STROKE

listed below are the reoccuring sings of stroke, if you notice at least 2-3 of this signs or symptoms, please call a doctor immediately

  • 1. Sudden issues with the ability to speak or comprehend speech.
  • 2. sudden change of vision - blackened, blurred, double vision in one or both eyes
  • 3. sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg especially on one side of the body
  • 4. sudden severe or presistent headache
  • 5. sudden loss of balance or coordination
  • 6. sudden droopiness in the mouth while trying to simle

Did you know ?

Stroke is a preventable disease, stroke can be managed, prevented and treated. It is important to know more about the 5th leading cause of death in Africa. Stroke is a condtion casued by a lack of oxygen in the brain. with proper treatment, exercise, diet and awareness, stroke is very much preventable.

Stroke affects both the young and the old, Stroke is a condition that affects all and every class of humans, both the young and the old, rich and poor. However, with the right lifestyle, stroke can be prevented, managed and treated.

if enough awareness is created, we can beat the number of stroke cases per year. Stroke is preventable, if enough awareness can be created on the dangers, treatment and prevention of stroke, we can win the fight against stroke.

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Stroke is not the end, you still have a long and good life ahead

if stroke is detected early and managed properly, you can receive the care you need to get you back on your feet.
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